Hare v. Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston et al
ORDER applauding the parties' efforts in regards to the settlement. If the parties need any further relief, they should first move to reopen. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/8/2014. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
RUTH ANN HARE
LIBERTY LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF
BOSTON; L'OREAL USA INC.; and
L'OREAL USA LONG TERM DISABILITY
In October 2013, this Court entered Judgment, vacating Liberty Life's
denial of Hare's long-term disability benefits, and remanding the case to
Liberty Life for reconsideration. NQ 32-1. A few months ago, Liberty Life
advised the Court that its review was complete. NQ 40. Hare disagreed.
NQ 41. Neither party moved to reopen the case, nor moved for any other
relief. The parties have now advised the Court informally that the matter has
settled. The Court applauds the parties' efforts. The case though, in this
Court's eyes, remains closed. If the parties need any further relief, they
should first move to reopen.
D.P. Marshall Jr. 7
United States District Judge
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